Month: July 2021

Trending Food: 8 National Day-inspired creations, Food News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE - The National Day Parade may have been postponed, dining in banned and social gatherings curtailed, but do not let these restrictions dampen your mood for Singapore's 56th birthday. Food and beverage (F&B) businesses are rolling out takeaway and delivery deals, with many coming up with creations specially for National Day. And what better way to show your patriotism than to support the country's F&B operators. The Straits Times checks out eight National Day-inspired items. 1. Singaporean breakfast cheesecake Robust flavours of locally sourced Nanyang coffee powder are infused into the smooth cream cheese of the Singaporean Breakfast cheesecake…
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New Arkansas law expands list of homemade foods and drinks that can be sold | Education

Arkansas' new Food Freedom Act took effect July 28, expanding what and where homemade foods and drinks can be sold. The law also changed labeling requirements for qualifying homemade food items.Act 1040 replaced the state’s Cottage Food law, which allowed a few specific homemade food products to be sold directly to consumers without being made in a kitchen certified and inspected by the Arkansas Department of Health.WHAT CAN I SELL UNDER THE LAW? Act 1040 of 2021 allows the sale of homemade “non-time/temperature control for safety food” without it being processed in a certified and inspected kitchen. Harmful bacteria do…
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Baker coffee shop has second location brewing in LoHi

Jay DeRose is the owner of Middle State Coffee. (Lucy Peterson photos) A coffee shop and roastery in Baker is opening a second cafe in LoHi. Middle State Coffee will open at 2622 W. 32nd Ave. in an approximately 450-square-foot space in spring 2022. It currently operates at 212 Santa Fe Drive. “We always wanted to do another cafe, and we really wanted a small cafe,” said owner Jay DeRose. Middle State was first founded in 2013 as a wholesale roastery. It opened the cafe on Santa Fe in 2019, where the roastery has been located since 2018. DeRose said…
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10+ Healthy Indian-Inspired Recipes for Easy, Flavorful Meals

Indian recipes are practically designed for weeknights: The cuisine is relatively easy to make, perfect for meal prepping, and (when done authentically) incredibly healthy. In fact, its mix of veggies, fruits, proteins, and grains is just about the ideal balance—and to top it all off, Indian food is bold and delicious.But if you’re new to Indian cooking (or getting back into it after a long break) picking out the right ingredients and recipes can feel slightly overwhelming. “Whether it’s Indian or American or any other cultural food, it’s not much different,” says Sarika Shah, M.S., R.D.N., a California-based dietitian. “The…
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Farmers markets are growing their role as essential sources of healthy food for rich and poor

For many Americans, buying fresh local food at one of the estimated 9,000 farmers markets across the U.S. is one of summer’s pleasures. But farmers markets aren’t just nice amenities. Over the past 18 months, many have filled food supply gaps caused by COVID-19 shutdowns. While numerous farmers markets shut down at the start of the pandemic, many soon reopened under state or local guidelines that mandated masks, social distancing and other precautions. When grocery store supply chains were disrupted, consumer interest in local foods spiked, along with concerns about exposure to the coronavirus while shopping. Farmers market managers adapted…
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How to make frozen honey, the viral TikTok trend

When we think of honey, we think of cold-weather comforts — a drizzle on a steaming bowl of oatmeal or a spoonful in a hot cup of tea. Does honey have a place in the warm weather? According to TikTok, yes — in "frozen" form.It's a trend that's going viral this summer for its chilly sweetness: Videos under the hashtag #FrozenHoney have over 220 million collective views.Davey RZ, one of the first TikTokers to post about the treat, said he was struck with the idea to freeze honey in a bottle and eat it like a popsicle when he came…
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Veteran says he was forced to close N.J. coffee shop because of COVID losses

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